Inshore Racing

12-Meter Team Building

by Sail Staff, Posted June 14, 2006
In sports, as in the workplace, success often depends on how a diverse group of people coalesce into a team. And there is nothing like sailing/racing with a group of colleagues aboard graceful 12 meters with historic pedigrees to get everyone pulling in the same direction.

Competitive juices were flowing but the mood was friendly. The weather was gorgeous, and we smiled at the thought of a


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by Sail Staff, Posted June 14, 2006

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by Sail Staff, Posted June 12, 2006

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Arriving in Bermuda

by Sail Staff, Posted June 12, 2006
Most of the 263 Bermuda Race entries have arrived now in Hamilton Harbour. Only a handful are still at sea, and Dr. Richard Shulman of Barrington, Rhode Island, has the signature St. David's Lighthouse division sewed up with his IMX 45, Temptress.

SAIL's West Coast editor, Kimball Livingston, sailed in the Demonstration Division aboard the Open 50,

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Prepping for Bermuda: The Centennial Edition

by Sail Staff, Posted June 12, 2006
By Kimball Livingston, Senior Editor, West Coast

I confess. I may be obsessed with West Coast sailing, rock and roll, and things that go whoopie! in the night, but I’ve always hankered to sail the Bermuda Race. It just seems so, well, “classic.” Probably because it is. The approach of the centennial edition had my hormones busting down the floodgates, and the fact that I’m now


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Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing’s Adil Khalid on his Second VOR

Facnor's flat deck furler on a J/111

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